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lmar1171 12-02-2012 07:16 AM

65 C10 fuel tank
 
Hi i got a 65 c10 and i want to put the fuel tank in the rear. Im putting a 6.0 vortec in which needs 55-60 psi fuel. is there a company that supplies tanks with pump assb in them at that psi.or a good frame style pump anyone recommends

delawarebill 12-02-2012 07:53 AM

gas tk
 
RPM or ron pope motorsports makes them..
he's in kodak TN.
tbucket@comcast.net
865-932-7541
tell him delaware bill sent u...
no i do not get any kick backs, i just know he does tanks..

cdminter59 12-02-2012 08:20 AM

65 C10 fuel tank
 
Check out this tank. EFI or carbureted applications. 1965 CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP Classic Performance Aluminum Gas Tanks 6372AGTBS - SummitRacing.com

66GMC 12-02-2012 08:47 AM

https://partimages.genpt.com/largeimages/681862.jpg
NAPA (Airtex) #E8228 with 5/16" fittings

Quote:

Attributes
Contents : Hex Nut, Lockwasher, O-Ring, Terminal, Screw, Mounting Bracketting Brack
Fuel Pump Fitting Size[s] : Inlet - .320", Outlet - .320"
Fuel Pump Fitting Type[s] : Inlet - Hose Barb, Outlet - Hose Barb
Fuel Pump Gallons Per Hour : 38
Fuel Pump Pressure Rating : 100-125
or #E8248 with 3/8" fittings

Quote:

Attributes
Contents : 2 Hex Nuts, 2 Lockwashers, O-Ring, Hose Clamp, Screw/Lockwas
Fuel Pump Fitting Size[s] : Inlet - .37", Outlet - .375"
Fuel Pump Fitting Type[s] : Inlet - Hose Barb, Outlet - Hose Barb
Fuel Pump Gallons Per Hour : 60-70
Fuel Pump Pressure Rating : 110-120
Summit has a whole bunch of regulators.
I filtered the list down to what I think might suit your needs.

I see that Summits also stocks the same Airtex fuel pump part numbers that I provided above.

Edit:
You'll also want a fairly decent in-line fuel filter between the tank and the pump.
http://static.summitracing.com/globa...RM-HPG1_WU.jpg
Fram HPG-1

lakeroadster 12-02-2012 09:34 AM

I isntalled a "Tanks, Inc." '49-'52 Chevy passenger car gas tank behind the rear axle.

Here is a thread I created that gives the basics: Rear Mount Gas Tank 63-72 Short Bed Step Side - ChevyTalk --The Social Network for Chevy Fans

I am runing a carb so I am using the regular mechanical fuel pump. However, Tanks Inc. also has an in-tank fuel injection pump that will work with their tanks. In-Tank Fuel Pump Module - GPA-Series

http://i645.photobucket.com/albums/u...9_10200007.jpg

66GMC 12-02-2012 09:57 AM

Nice-looking job there, Lake.
If and when I ever get around to finishing my fleetside, I was envisioning a 1976 suburban tank, and grafting a fuel filler door to the outer panel. The suburban had about the same width on the frame rails, I think

It would likely take a bit of work to build in some kind of pocket or cover for the filler neck.
https://partimages.genpt.com/largeimages/1345326.jpg
Spectra Premium # GM15A

Attributes
Gas Tank Capacity : 25 GAL; 95 l
Gas Tank Height : 28 3/4"
Gas Tank Length : 28 1/8"
Gas Tank Width : 10 3/4"

I couldn't read your dimensions in your diagram. :(
Does this sound close?


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